This is a company of acquisition and not retention. Any given Monday you will see hundreds of new employees. They will literally hire anyone and that includes for senior management roles. There is definitely a type that they have. If you are a consultant or a recent grad, they will hire you into any role, especially ones you are not qualified for. Most people that work there are very immature and are just out of college.
If you have any merchandising or buying experience, stay away. They literally say anything to get you to take the role and then will switch up what you will be doing there from hire to start date.
Work life balance is bad. You will constantly get questioned on every decision you make mostly because the company is making no money at all (Check the Q3 earnings report). A typical work day will be 10 hours, which can be fine for some, but they pay so low for living in one of the most expensive cities in the US. I should of paid attention to the warning signs, but at least I can warn others now.
Turnover is so high that they actually hire "analysts" to find out why so many people leave. Will make you give referrals so recruiters can contact your friends/former colleagues.
They think they will be the next Amazon, but what they don't realize is that Amazon didn't have a Amazon to compete with when they were taking over.
Just stay away.
Work life balance, unqualified management, high turnover